8 Fascinating Hybrid Animals That Are Hard To Believe Exist


The king of hybrids, the liger, is the offspring of a lion and a tigress. Inheriting the lion’s size and the tiger’s stripes, ligers are the most gigantic cats on Earth.

Grizzly-Polar Bear Hybrid 

A rare sight in the wild, these hybrids occur when a grizzly bear and a polar bear mate. Their fur can range from white to grizzled brown.


One of the most common hybrids, mules, result from breeding a male donkey and a female horse. Renowned for their strength, stubbornness.


Camas are the product of artificial insemination. They are a hybrid of a camel and a llama. Developed to combine the camel’s size and strength.


An uncommon hybrid in captivity, the wholphin is a cross between a bottlenose dolphin and a killer whale (orca). These dolphins can be larger.


Unlike a liger, a tigon comes from a male tiger and a lioness. They tend to be smaller than ligers and inherit a mix of parental features.


This exotic hybrid results from breeding a cougar (also known as a mountain lion) with a leopard. Pumar leopards are spotted like leopards.

Savannah Cat 

Bred for their wild appearance and temperament, Savannah cats are a hybrid between a serval, a slender African wildcat, and a domestic cat.